Automate 2023

high speed imaging

Event Name Automate 2023
Dates May 22, 2023 - May 25, 2023
Venue Huntington Place - Detroit, MI | Booth #4251
Official site Automate

Stop by booth #4251 to see our newest optical components, modules and cameras capable of detecting objects, measuring distances and recognizing shapes/colors used in automatic production lines.

Hyperspectral imaging camera demonstrations

Ask Albert Tu, our Marketing Engineer, to demonstrate a hyperspectral camera built with our C16090-02 InGaAs image sensor module. When this camera images an object on a conveyor belt, it provides spectral and spatial information simultaneously. The spectral information can be used to identify the object based on its material or composites, while the spatial information shows the object’s size and shape. 

Featured products:

Low power consumption, capable of switching pixel sizes by SPI.

Distance image sensors

These sensors measure the distance to an object by TOF (time-of-flight) method. When used in combination with a pulse modulated light source, these sensors output phase difference information on the timing that the light is emitted and received.

c15333-10E product photo

See beneath the surface with InGaAs cameras.


Built-in high-speed InGaAs linear image sensor, USB 3.1 Gen1 interface

Featured applications:

optical encoding with LEDs

Optical encoding with LEDs

Our LEDs provide collimated light suitable for high-accuracy encoders.

optical encoding with photo ICs

Optical encoding with photo ICs

Customization of photo ICs according to the encoder specifications is available.

optical encoding with photodiodes

Optical encoding with photodiodes

Our photodetectors for optical encoding feature high sensitivity, low noise and high reliability, with a wide variety of mounting solutions -- in fact, they can also be customized.

AGV (Automatic Guided Vehicle)

AGV (Automatic Guided Vehicle)

Photonic technologies play an important role in the development and operation of AGVs, enabling them to navigate their environment, communicate with other systems, and transport materials safely and efficiently.